I’m pretty sure most of the people who visit this site have at some point or the other had to make a decision about what laptop to buy. More often than not we buy our laptops and are very happy with them for the first month and then things begin to change. Of course, having spent all this money we’re not going to let anyone know that we’re unhappy now, are we?
Ever wanted to start your own blog or website and weren’t quite sure how to? Well here’s your chance to take the dive into the WordPress world. There are quite a few different ways to setup your own website and countless blogging platforms that you can use.
No Top-7 stories of the day from me today. Mostly because there’s a 100 different articles talking about how and why AT&T had blocked 4Chan for a bit and how 4Chan plans to get back at them, because this is definitely the most world defining news of the day. So have you recently decided that you wanted to get yourself a new gaming console or wanted to upgrade an existing console and are wondering what to buy?
Stuff we’d like to throw into the black-hole, Microsoft’s new retail store, how to hack the iPhone (well, not really…), it’s all in here!
Have you ever wanted to know how fast your computer was? Whether or not it was any good compared to the other systems out there or if it was any good at all? There are a couple of ways to find out, the easiest being using a service that will benchmark your system telling you how good it is and where it stands in comparison with today’s technology.
There are quite a few RSS readers out there and after taking a look at a few of them I stumbled upon FeedDemon. To be more specific FeedDemon 3, which is currently in it’s beta state and is available for download here. For those who have never used FeedDemon, it is a really neat and clean RSS reader that makes keeping track of and reading your feeds extremely easy.
Let me start out by saying that I have nothing personal against Internet Explorer 6. I just feel that it’s time everyone moved on and upgraded either to a more upto date version of Internet Explorer or moved onto a better browser (in my opinion), FireFox. So here are my top 5 reasons as to why you should upgrade from IE6.
I know it’s a little late to be talking about the Rebel Xti. It’s been around for as long as Moses has and almost everyone’s already done a review. But the main reason for this article is basically to show you how you can do stuff like this with the Rebel Xti.
We’re back with another dose on how to make your WordPress installation even better. I bet that you’ve, at some point at least, noticed that your default WordPress theme has links only to the Previous or Next post page. While this is fine and makes for a simple browsing experience, there are times, especially if you’re an extremely large site like Smashing Magazine or PSDTUTS, where it makes more sense to have a proper pagination, instead of just simple links.
As a web and graphics designer there are lots of tools and software available to help one do their work. In fact, I would bet that without some of these tools that we completely take for granted, most of us web designers would be fairly miserable. Here’s a list of the 6 tools that I think every designer should have: 1) Photoshop / Dreamweaver : I wasn’t planning on listing anything that wasn’t free in this list, but no list related to web design would be complete without Adobe’s Photoshop.
EDIT: The Article’s been temporary removed. Will be back up. Hopefully!
There are plenty of articles out there written by great CSS masters that will tell you about whatâ€™s, why’s and whoâ€™s of CSS. So if you want an in-depth analysis of CSS you’d better off reading an article by Eric Meyer or by some of the other CSS greats out there. This article is about bringing you up to speed with CSS 3 and how it makes the life of an average graphic designer who has to deal with css on a daily basis, easier.